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One of the industry's leading sign and graphic franchises has an opportunity for a business in your area. They offer fast turnaround in a business-to-business environment providing top-quality signs... More details
Window Cleaning is a unique business opportunity offering a tested and proven franchising program backed by many years of experience. This franchise offers multiple revenue streams including: Window... More details
This well-established and recognized high-end car wrapping business takes care of fleets for recurring corporate customers. 2,000 cars with the business's license plate holders being driven in Metro... More details
Opportunity to acquire a high-growth 4-year old US based IT Service business. The business develops custom software for clients or provides tech resources and teams that develop custom software for... More details
This is an exciting opportunity to purchase profitable franchise residential and commercial cleaning service in Los Angeles! The business recently expanded by acquiring another cleaning business that... More details
This flooring franchise has excelled as a family owned and operated, one-of-a-kind, versatile flooring business. This franchise has taken the standard idea of a flooring business and reinvented it to... More details
County code 8.04.403 Route location,requires the owner/operator of a mobile food facility or mobile support unit shall complete a Mobile Food Facility Route Sheet, obtained from the county health officer, listing the complete address, telephone number and arrival/departure times of each location where the retail food business is being conducted.
The Los Angeles MBDA Business Center is managed and operated by the Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment (PACE), a non-profit 501 (C)(3) organization. PACE provides extensive business training and direct technical assistance (TA), specialized procurement assistance and partnership resources including business expansion support tools: financing, insurance, and bonding for MBEs focusing on capacity building to foster and secure new opportunities in Southern California.
Bo Sivanunsakul serves as the center project director. She has 15 years of experience and a strong background in finance and business development. She oversees all staff and directs PACE's microloan and small business loan programs. She has been working closely with entrepreneurs and small business owners in the greater Los Angeles area to improve their social and economic wellbeing through business counseling, procurement technical assistance, training, loan and grant programs.
Jennifer Whelan, CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA charterholder- CFA Institute) has extensive experience in consulting, access to capital, small-to-mid size business merger and acquisition M&A execution experience. She will provide pre and post borrowing technical assistance to MBEs to secure financing, capital and bonding through one-on-one assistance, webinars, etc. She will participate in various conferences (virtual and non-virtual), training workshops, networking events, etc. that will extend the reach and reputation of the MBDA Business Center.
The County's business preference programs encourage business owners who are minorities, women, disadvantaged or disabled veterans to capitalize on opportunities in government and private-sector procurement programs. The Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA) provides the following certification programs:
Local Small Business Enterprise (LSBE) Preference Program** The LSBE Preference Program boosts contracting opportunities for small businesses in LA County. Certified LSBEs receive payment within 15 days of receipt of an undisputed invoice for goods or services with the use of the Prompt Payment Stamp.
Outside business hours, Australians requiring emergency consular assistance can call the 24-hour consular emergency helpline free from the US on +61 2 6261 3305 or SMS +61 421 269 080. During business hours, Australians in the United States requiring consular assistance should contact the Consulate-General.
For over a century and a quarter, the University of Southern California has been an institution in the city and of the city. Having grown, and grown up, with Los Angeles, USC draws its unique vigor from its surrounding communities. We continue to join with our neighbors to ensure that our streets are safe, our children are healthy and well educated, and our local businesses, the arts, and our extraordinary cultural institutions thrive.
Helping clients BUY and SELL businesses every day! First Choice Business Brokers, Los Angeles is a premium full-service business brokerage and M&A Advisory firm that focuses on providing our clients with NEXT LEVEL professional service. We handle the entire sales process which includes valuing businesses, confidentially marketing businesses, vetting buyers, managing buyer-seller meetings, preparing transaction paperwork as well as managing the escrow, landlord and financing processes to ensure a smooth transaction process.
First Choice Business Brokers Los Angeles (FCBBLA) will remain open and operating during the coming weeks, and we have implemented the Work From Home (WFH) Policy, as recommended by the health experts. Fortunately, most of our business can be done remotely via phone, email, and video and phone conferencing. As such, we encourage business owners and business buyers to continue to contact us and be prepared to continue their plans to sell or buy businesses.
If you are a business owner thinking of selling your business this year, take comfort in knowing that times like these bring stronger buyers to the market. Also, for those that experience job loss due to the pandemic, buying a business will now become a top consideration. This is a great time to start working with our brokers and agents to start getting listed and take advantage of the recovery immediately.
If you are a business buyer, we suggest that you continue to view businesses, perform research and diligence accordingly, and be ready to take advantage of more opportunities to come as a result of the uncertainty.
Starting a business through a franchise is often the shortest path to profitability, but where do you start? This workshop will cover franchising basics, including the array of categories, investment levels, ownership options available, and how to go about defining your vision to make sure you are selecting the right fit for you.
Cannabis use is legal in California. But cities and counties can prohibit cannabis businesses, like retail. As a result, the state is a patchwork of areas where it is and is not legal to establish a cannabis business.
Counties can decide which types of cannabis businesses they license or prohibit. But county rules only apply to the unincorporated parts of the county. They do not apply to incorporated cities that are within the county.
Some cities and counties license a type of cannabis business, but also put restrictions on it. For example, they may limit the number of businesses that can get a license. Due to these limits, there are 4.5 retail licenses per 100K people in California (as of July 2022).
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When it comes to commercial real estate ownership in majority-Black neighborhoods, Black business owners are often systemically excluded from the economic benefits such ownership can generate, while other investors amass control over profits and the trajectory of neighborhood development.
In fact, joint guidance from the Treasury Department, Federal Reserve, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation formally recognizes owner-occupied commercial real estate as lower-risk for lenders. Local ownership of commercial real estate has been found to help stabilize rents and support vulnerable businesses in withstanding economic shock. Additionally, an Urban Institute study found a positive correlation between small businesses which received loans to purchase real estate and increased sales and job creation.
Why do Black small business owners, residents, and developers face such high barriers to ownership? And what can local governments do to facilitate more inclusive ownership and prosperity? To answer these questions, the next section of this report draws from on-the-ground perspectives from business owners, residents, and other key community stakeholders in South Los Angeles.
Even if down payment assistance and quick capital were easily available to small business owners, the processes for successfully locating, financing, and closing on a commercial real estate property deal are opaque, complicated, and difficult to navigate. Technical assistance could help, but not all residents and businesses know where to look or how to best to access it.
A robust body of evidence demonstrates that in strong market neighborhoods, community ownership models can be useful tools to empower tenants, ensure affordability for entrepreneurs, and retain local businesses and organizations who may otherwise be displaced. In weak markets, they can provide a foundation for vitality and enterprise where the conventional market has failed. 041b061a72